Here are non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Montana
It is the belief of Alternatives that public safety is improved when prison inmates and other offenders are reintroduced to the community through structured programs that involve treatment services, assistance in locating employment, 24-hour a day supervision, and case management.
3109 1st Avenue North, Billings, 59101
These programs are designed with a youth empowerment mindset. We take an active approach giving youth the tools to create achievable goals. By providing work experience, focused direction, and inspiration for success, we have the knowledge and resources to help navigate youth into adulthood.
32 South Tracy, Bozeman, 59715
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Teens work(WIA) Title IB Youth Program provides services to youth ages 14-21 if in-school and ages 16-24, if out-of-school. The main thrust of the Youth Program is to increase the focus on longer-term academic and occupational learning opportunities and provide long-term comprehensive service strategies.
PO Box 1309, Glendive, 59330
The Employment and Training program provides training and support for individuals looking to enter or re-enter the workforce. We provide an array of services geared toward employability including life skills training, interviewing skills, job seeking skills, money management, career exploration, and many other individualized services. All individuals seeking assistance with career exploration, completing job applications, interviewing skills and basic educational skills can access these services free of charge.
2229 5th Avenue, Havre, 59501
Comprehensive seven-month program for 16 to 24 year old high school dropouts. Activities include HiSET preparation, construction pre-apprenticeship training, employment skills, leadership development and community service projects.
347 Last Chance Gulch, Helena, 59601
Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021